The legal industry is experiencing an unprecedented period of change. But it isn’t just the law firms that have are changing—it’s also the legal departments inside companies of all sizes.
As anticipated, the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (“TTAB”) decision of June 2014 cancelling six trademark registrations for the Washington Redskins team was appealed by Pro Football, Inc.
Often employers will neglect or overlook revising their vacation and/or paid time off (PTO) policies, which are buried in the employee handbook that was last revised a half-dozen years ago.
With that, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit found that class action plaintiffs in a data breach have Article III standing.
Ask almost any lawyer and they’ll tell you there’s room for change in the legal industry—but you’ll get just as many answers about what that change is. That’s why Michigan State University (MSU) is launching the Center for Legal Services Innovation.
Hiring new employees? For the next job offer, instead of relying on the old job offer letter you have a lawyer review in the 1990’s, it is recommended to review the offer letter to ensure it is up to date with current law.
Over the past year, e-discovery issues have splashed the front pages of the newspapers even outside of the Court system.
Round One of Deflategate has concluded…it’s now time for Round Two.
“It’s a bizarre program that is absolutely essential to American healthcare.”